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Rola i miejsce Rady Bezpieczeństwa ONZ w systemie bezpieczeństwa międzynarodowego w okresie postzimnowojennym
The Role and Position of the UN Security Council in the International Security System of the Post-Cold War Era
Zeszyty Naukowe / Akademia Ekonomiczna w Krakowie, 2006, nr 699, s. 37-52
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Bezpieczeństwo międzynarodowe, Konflikty zbrojne
International security, Armed conflicts
Organizacja Narodów Zjednoczonych (ONZ)
United Nations (UN)
Przedstawiono wkład Organizacji Narodów Zjednoczonych i Rady Bezpieczeństwa w utrzymanie pokoju na drodze operacji pokojowych. Przybliżono działalność Rady Bezpieczeństwa w okresie postzimnowojennym.

The United Nations Charter assigns the Security Council a special role and importance in the structure of the organisation and the system of collective security. The importance of this institution is all the greater as its composition and authority guarantee the world's most powerful countries the deciding vote in all decisions undertaken by the Council. This stems from the privileged status of permanent members of the Council and their right to veto resolutions. The voting regulations stipulate unanimity among the Council's permanent members for decisions to be passed. Frequent use of the right of veto by rival states led to a paralysis in decision-making by the Council. This situation changed markedly after the end of the Cold War. Since that time, the Security Council has stepped-up its activities and more frequently passed decisions that arc binding on member countries, thus providing the legal basis for interventions undertaken to counter threats to peace and international security. In this article, the author discusses the role of the Security Council in designing and legitimising peace operations executed jointly or with the authority of the UN by regional organisations on the basis of Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which remained a dead letter throughout the entire Cold War period. The author also discusses the new activities of the Organisation's peacekeeping forces and the peace operations conducted under UN auspices, with particular attention on the role of NATO. (original abstract)
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